It is estimated that 65% of the construction industry works on scaffolds, which is approximately 2.3.
million workers. Protecting these workers from potential hazards could save 50 deaths, 4,500 injuries
and $90 million every year. Our 1-hour OSHA Scaffolds Certificate Course details OSHA standards as they
apply to scaffolding and gives specific details about individual types of scaffolds and what safety
measures are needed to protect yourself and others from hazards.
The US Department of Labor (DOL) lists falls as one of the leading causes of traumatic occupational
death, accounting for 8% of all occupational fatalities from trauma. Our 1-Hour OSHA Fall Protection
Certificate Course for the Construction Industry provides you with the tools to identify fall hazards and
decide how to best protect workers by reducing or eliminating fall hazards in the construction industry.
Stairways and Ladders
OSHA estimates there are 24,882 injuries per year due to falls from stairways and ladders used in
construction. Our 1-Hour OSHA Stairways and Ladders Certificate Course for the Construction Industry details how to prevent injuries consistent with OSHA standards. This course provides a thorough understanding of the rules and procedures of stairway and ladder usage in the construction industry.
Introduction to OSHA
OSHA was established to ensure the safety and health of America’s workers. In this 1-hour Introduction to OSHA certificate course, you will learn about the importance of OSHA to workers, worker rights under OSHA, the importance of OSHA standards, and the availability of worker safety and health resources. Once this course is completed, you will be able to explain the importance of OSHA in providing a safe and healthful workplace to workers covered by OSHA. OSHA Safety Programs and Subpart CSafety and health programs help to reduce the extent and severity of work-related hazards and injuries by effectively managing worker safety and health protection. The OSHA Safety Programs and Subpart C 1-Hour certificate course provides workers with an overview of the safety programs established andsupervised by OSHA, a discussion of how changes and/or additions to specifications, standards, andcodes are adopted and available to employers, and an overview of common construction hazards that may be found in the workplace.
OSHA Personal Protective Equipment
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is required by OSHA to reduce employee exposure to hazards.
Employers are required to determine if PPE should be used to protect their workers. Keep yourself and others safe by taking the Personal Protective Equipment 1-Hour Course.
Rigging and Material Handling
The improper handling and storing of materials can result in costly injuries. In this 1-hour Rigging and
Material Handling Certificate Course, you will study the general requirements for material storage,
including manual handling and waste disposal, as well as general rigging requirements and how to
implement and maintain a material handling training program.
Recordkeeping is an important tool in tracking and preventing hazards in the workplace. In this OSHA
Recordkeeping Certificate Course, you will learn about OSHA recordkeeping requirements, including
procedures for recording events, general recordkeeping criteria, and common recordkeeping forms used in the workplace.
OSHA Standards and Inspection Procedures
OSHA is authorized to conduct workplace inspections and investigations to determine if employers are compliant with all safety and health regulations. In this 1-Hour OSHA Standards and Inspection
Procedures Certificate Course, you will learn about OSHA standards, OSHA inspection procedures, and the rights and responsibilities of employers and employees during inspections.
OSHA Concrete and Masonry Construction for Construction
Workers in the construction industry are often exposed to hazards related to concrete and masonry construction. This 1-Hour OSHA Concrete and Masonry Construction for Construction Certificate Course will provide an overview of concrete and masonry regulations for equipment and tools, cast-in-place concrete, precast concrete, lift-slab operations, and masonry construction.
OSHA Fire Prevention for Construction
In this 1-hour OSHA Fire Prevention for Construction Course, you will learn about requirements for fire safety and prevention. This course will provide an overview of Subpart F – Fire Protection and
Prevention, and you will learn about the principles of fire, and how to incorporate a fire safety plan into your overall safety and health program.
OSHA Welding and Cutting for Construction
The risk of fatal injuries from welding, cutting, and brazing is more than four deaths per thousand
workers over their working lifetime. This 1-Hour OSHA Welding and Cutting for Construction Course will teach you about OSHA requirements for welding and cutting, as well as common hazards and how to reduce them.
OSHA Health Hazards in Construction
Construction work includes many hazardous tasks, including work at height, excavations, noise, dust,
power tools and equipment, confined spaces, and electricity. In this 1-hour OSHA Health Hazards in
Construction course, we will discuss how to anticipate, recognize, and control workplace hazards to
maintain a safer work environment.
OSHA Excavations for Construction
Many workplace hazards are linked to excavations, including cave-ins, inhalation of toxic fumes, and explosions. This 1-Hour OSHA Excavations for Construction Course covers important safety information to minimize excavations hazards on the jobsite. Topics include specific excavation requirements, soil classification, protective systems, sloping and benching, shoring and shielding, and excavation hazards.
OSHA Electrical for Construction
Electrocutions are the fourth leading cause of death among construction workers in the United States, accounting for an average of 143 fatalities per year. Our 1-Hour OSHA Electrical Certificate Course teaches you about common electrical hazards along with OSHA regulations and requirements for worksite safety and employee training.